Call and admission

Third edition – Master of Arts AMAC academic year 2023/2024

The call is available at the following URL: https://studiumanistici.unimc.it/it/didattica/post-lauream/master/AMAC_2023-24 

To enrol in the AMAC Master’s Course, including individual modules, it is necessary to complete the online application form, no later than 13.00 on 15 March 2024, following the instructions given in the call for applications.

Applicants to the Master’s programme must hold one of the following qualifications:

  1. a) a three-year (BA level) degree, as per D.M. 509/99 or D.M. 270/04;
  2. b) a specialised degree, as per D.M. 509/99;
  3. c) a postgraduate (Master’s level) degree or a single cycle degree, as per D.M. 270/04;
  4. d) a degree from the previous Italian university system (i.e., before the enforcement of the Ministerial Decree 509/1999)
  5. e) other equivalent qualifications in accordance with current regulations

preferably, but not exclusively, in the following subjects: Modern Languages and Literatures,  Linguistic Mediation, Translation and Interpreting, Arts and Humanities, Media Studies, Psychology, Education, Social Sciences and Politics, Music and Entertainment.

Individuals holding a qualification awarded by foreign universities and comparable to the admission criteria set out in this call for applications may apply for the Master’s programme. Potential students can send a copy of the certificate showing the qualification that they hold to the Office for Postgraduate Studies who will and will provide a pre-evaluation. This pre-evaluation does not replace the specific documentation that the candidate holding a qualification awarded by foreign universities must submit to formalise the application

In addition, applicants who are non-native speakers of English are expected to have a knowledge of this language at least at the B2 level of the CEFR.

Merit Ranking

Candidates will be selected based on the evaluation of their qualifications.

The Committee will assign each candidate a score on a 100-point scale, considering:

 

Evaluation criteria Maximum score that can be awarded 100/100
Curriculum Vitae 50
Studies and University degree evalutation/grade 30
Motivational letter (and report produced by the PA, if any 20

 

In case of equal scores, preference will be given to the youngest applicant.

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